Winter months can be long when you have a classroom full of students! The cold weather keeps everyone in far too long. Planning engaging activities during the day is a must to keep your students excited. Science is always a hit with little learners. Bring these fun, exciting indoor science experiments to your classroom!
I’ve combined a great list of indoor science experiments for you to use during entire winter season! There are experiments that range from STEM activities to fun, editable experiments!
Snowmen Themed Experiments
Melting Snowman Experiment | Arts and Crackers
Cloud Dough Snowballs | Our Crazy Adventures in Austismland
Exploding Snowman Experiment | 123 Homeschool 4 Me
Animal Adaptation Experiments
The Importance of Blubber | Mrs. Jones Creation Station (freebie below!)
How Do Penguins Stay Dry? | The ABC’s of Literacy
Ice and Water Experiments
Snowstorm in a Jar | Taming Little Monsters
Frozen Marble Experiment | Kid Minds
How to Grow Crystal Snowflakes | Taming Little Monsters
Ice Fishing | Little Bins for Little Hands
Grow Gold Overnight | From Engineer to SAHM
Strawberry Scented Slime | Frosting and Glue
Colorful Baking Soda and Vinegar | Crafts by Amanda
Hot and Cold Temperatures | A Little Pinch of Perfect
Fireworks in a Jar | Finding Myself Young
What a great list of indoor experiments for cold weather months! You can grab my printable that ties well with my Blubber Experiment by clicking the download button below!